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The enemy called democracy

SOMETHING big happened in China on June 3 1989.  Deng Xiao-ping, the leader of China, ordered that Tiananmen Square...

BNCs: Sanctions bust

SADC countries are going beyond rhetoric in their support for Zimbabwe as they have begun extending some assistance towards the country’s national...

Bulawayo under siege

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Cyclone Idai: No time for blame game

THE devastating effects of Cyclone Idai have once more reminded us that disasters of such magnitude are real and not confined to...

Devolution: People come first

AT the core of ongoing reforms by the new dispensation is an issue that has yet to be fully understood.



Cyclone Idai and unity in Zimbabwe

IT disappointing that among us are a shameless lot who have chosen to politicise the tragedy wrought by the devastating Cyclone Idai.

The martyrdom of Gaddafi

IT has been over seven years since the assassination of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi by the President Barack Obama administration of the US. 


Cde Pfepferere: A true …statue erected in his honour

Forty years ago, a legend of the Second Chimurenga, Cde Tendai Pfepferere, died at St Augustine's Mission Penhalonga, kwaTsambe, in Manicaland Province.

Disaster preparedness vital

EDITOR – MY condolences to all who lost their loved ones when Cyclone Idai ravaged Zimbabwe a few days ago. 


Remembering Chairman Chitepo…the architect of Second Chimurenga

IN 1964, the jailed leaders of ZANU knew something with absolute certainty: Herbert Chitepo was the man to take the struggle forward...

When land was repossessed in Zimbabwe…compulsory acquisition route

WHEN Zimbabwe attained independence on April 18 1980, the communal areas, with a carrying capacity of 275 000 families, were already overcrowded...



Babesiosis: A deadly disease for Zim cattle — Part One

AS the weather grows hotter and wetter across the country, incidences of livestock diseases transmitted by arthropods increase drastically.

African MaShona cattle breed under threat

MY recent sojourn to Zaka, in the Masvingo Province, inspired me to further expound on the virtues of the original Shona cattle...


Delving into the depths of Rupise: Part Two… water as synonymous...

Rupise – poetry of love, separation and reunion (1977 - 2017), By Dr Tafataona...

Delving into the depths of Rupise: Part One…exploring the virtues of...

Rupise – Poetry of love, separation and reunion (1977-2017) By Dr Tafataona P. Mahoso Samwasika Heritage...


Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul...

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ZANU PF Election Manifesto

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Constitution Of Zimbabwe


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